These are terrific, Sol. I couldn't put a name to any of them with confidence but in the last one I thought at first it was a cucumber hanging there but I guess it's a cucumber-sized chillie.The outside ones will benefit if the fiercest thunderstorm (which we're right now experiencing tailing off) I've seen in very many years passes over to you - with probably the heaviest rain I've EVER seen - 'torrents' doesn't even begin to describe it! I thought the house might be uplifted and carried down the road.....sorry, river.
Looking good. I think I should stop pruning my olive.. no flowers!
Is that going to be a pumpkin? I like the purple flower also.
Ray I have just looked on the BBC! OMG And they keep telling us there is no such thing as global warming... Really?Hi Jessica. I had to prune them back hard as they went woody and no leavesSusie that's us a courgette
the pictures are 1, fig2 & 3, Olive bushes4, blueberries5, corn tops6, sweetcorn forming7, runner beans8, courgette9, buddleia10 cucumbers
Very educational! I had no idea what olive bushes looked like. And I had no idea those were blueberries - we've got some in our garden! Looks like everything in your garden is thriving nicely.
You have a very productive garden there, m'dear.
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